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ummmmh... I have a friend with similar problems, and I discovered
he was using iptables 1.2.2 with shared object from 1.2.1. But I do not
think this is your case. Unfortunatelly I lost the first post, so if you
are so kind to resend it to me, I could check.
iptables 1.2.3 has also another bug, when you are using the TOS shared
object (that is the on my box /usr/lib/iptables/libipt_tos.so), to
mangle TOS, you cannot use any decimal value or exadecimal value as
argument for the --set-tos option. I saw other people have this bug, but
there are also people that are not seeing this behaviour (??? I am
confused about this).
Anyway, there are also other details because of whom I would suggest to
stay with iptables 1.2.2 for now.

Luigi


On Sat, 13 Oct 2001, Jeff Garzik wrote:

> On Sat, 13 Oct 2001, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
> > On Sat, Oct 13, 2001 at 01:05:33PM +0200, peter k. wrote:
> > > iptables keeps telling me that whenever i run it although i got the latest
> > > kernel, latest iptables and all modules required for iptables are loaded (it
> > > also doesnt work when i compile them into the kernel)!
> > > anyone got an idea how to fix this?
> >
> > did you compile your iptables against the version/configuration of the
> > kernel you are trying to run?
>
> I am getting the same thing here. I am using iptables 1.2.2 SRPMS from
> Mandrake 8.1, compiled against the latest 2.4 kernel. Same message as
> in $subject. I poked through the source and found that "module is wrong
> version" is the standard text message for the error code EINVAL, which
> is rather silly and uninformative.
>
> I built ipchains compatibility module, and am about to install ipchains
> and see if I can get things working that way...
>
> Jeff
>
>
>
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